If you yearn for millions and a mansion, yet sport a heart of gold, you could own a $2.2 million home in Studio City, California, for the price of a $150 raffle ticket. Your dollars will go into eventually funding the Special Olympics in Southern California.
The concerned house, is a newly built five-bedroom Mediterranean mansion with a four car garage, gourmet kitchen, wet bar, master suite and city views. The winner can also opt for a cash payout of $1.5 million. Net proceeds from the raffle could help more than 13,000 Special Olympics athletes in Southern California. If you do not win the mansion, do not lose heart, as there are umpteen other cash handouts.
Cash payouts of $25,000, $10,000, $5,000, $2,000 and smaller prizes of $1,000, $500 and $300, sum up to a total of 350 prizes for the wannabe raffle winners.┬ The odds of winning the Grand Prize are 1 in 35,000 after every ticket has been sold. But the odds of winning a prize of $300 or more are 1 in 100. You will have to wait for about four months, as the draw will be held on June 13 at Calfornia State University, Long Beach during the Special Olympics. If you are not around to receive the prize, not a problem. The prize will still be yours.